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The Winter Blues: Staying Positive When the Weather Affects You

Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D.) is definitely a real thing that affects plenty of people.

Even if you haven’t been diagnosed with it, you can still feel blue with the pressures of the holiday season, weather change, and the loss of daylight hours. 472 more words


Feeling Our Authentic Loneliness

By Leena Colibri

Authentic loneliness is more powerful than settling for false company.

Having a solid relationship with ourselves begins by being okay with being alone for necessary phases of time. 279 more words

Emotional Healing

The message in my dreams

I’m a big believer that there are messages from God in our dreams sometimes. The weirder the dream, the more profound and pronounced the message. Dreams are an avenue for God to explain our present, warn us of pending danger, guide us through troubled times. 567 more words


Is Your Baggage Weighing You Down? Why I Decided to Start Packing Light

I used to think that carrying emotional baggage with me from previous experiences in my life would prevent me from experiencing those awful things again.  I mean, by carrying around all the negative experiences you’ve ever been through in relationships (romantic and otherwise), and building a wall to prevent it from happening again seemed like the best option to protect my heart… 633 more words

Dedicating one week to mental health

2 December 2016

After going back to work for a week, it is the holidays again. I know one week of work may seem short but I was exhausted from it. 1,009 more words

Life In Singapore

Training #94 - Peaceful easy feeling

Monday morning, training with J. It was shuffled review day, where he took an existing List and rearranged it and added and/or subtracted exercises to make something new. 3,625 more words


Why Women Suffer From Anxiety More Than Men

Why Women Suffer From Anxiety More Than Men, Leading To Increased Risk For Depression And Suicide

Anxiety disorders – defined by excessive fear, restlessness, and muscle tension – are debilitating, disabling, and can increase the risk for depression and suicide. 922 more words